Steve Paski from Los Angeles, California
ED SHEERAN ROSE BOWL
Overall an incredible concert. It is rare in this day and age where one is on stage alone and simply rocks the place. He was very personable and interacted with the audience in between songs. That was great!!! Two very minor complaints Would like to have live backup singers and band. Second "Sing" should have been the final encore song. He had the audience eating out of his hand with the amazing energy he projected and the participation we had with the song. While the final encore song "You Need Me, I Don't Need You."was way, way over the top and completely lost the audience. He put a lot into the song physically and emotionally but lost everyone around me, including myself and we were doing a WTF was that
Laura from Seattle, Washington
LOVED ED, NOT SO MUCH THE VENUE!
Would much prefer to see Ed in a smaller, more intimate venue where I don't have to use binoculars to see him or the screens behind him. The sound quality is not conducive to concerts, at least where I was sitting. Couldn't understand what he was saying due to feedback and echoing. Ed is a phenomenal talent and has a warm, engaging personality to boot, but much of that was lost due to the cavernous venue. And a note to selfish, self-absorbed people who think it's okay to stand up for extended periods because "they bought a ticket too" and thus blocking other people's view, it's NOT okay! Will not consider any event at CenturyLink other than a sporting event unless they can improve the sound quality at all points, and add many more large screens with which to see the talent.
Bill from Dallas, Texas
ED SHEERAN DALLAS OCT 27 AT&T STADIUM
Ed is a good entertainer. The venue, however, left much to be desired. The acoustics made for barely intelligible lyrics for most of the night. Would have much preferred a smaller venue. He performed alone, following a warm up act by Snow Patrol. Played for almost two hours. The background lighting lighting and imagery is overdone. Would have been better with simple video of him playing and singing. His performance is the draw, not the video. I wouldn't go to another concert at AT&T stadium. Poor acoustics.
Jules from Boston, Massachusetts
I agree with an earlier post....would prefer to see Ed at a smaller, more intimate venue. I had a difficult time hearing him over the crowd's echoes. His screens should have just shown him instead of adding all of the background effects. My aisle was constantly blocked with fans and no security monitoring this. I left during Ed's fourth song. He is very talented...but not what I expected:(.
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